CAPP website now live

The Collaborative Arts partnership Programme (CAPP) Website is now live. Image: The Age of Participation, Ludwig Muzeum, Budapest (2015) Photo: Márton Somorjai.

EAP International Conference

European Academy of Participation International Conference – October 27-28.Image: Portapath (2007), Michelle Browne.

Bursary Award 2016

Arts Council AIC Bursary Award: Collaborative Film. Deadline November 16 5pm. (Image: Come Into The Gardens, Outlandish Theatre Platform and Shoot to Kill. Photo: Richard Walshe, courtesy of Dublin International Film Festival.)

(Re) Public Chicago launch

(Re) Public, Hyde Park Center, Chicago, 23 October – 15 January 2017. Part of I am Ireland Culture Ireland 2016 Centenary Programme. Image: Courtesy of Hyde Park Art Center.

In the Shadow of the State

In the Shadow of the State event by Sarah Browne and Jesse Jones. Next event: The Touching Contract, 17-20 November 2016, London. Research image: Interior of House, The Blaskets (Miriam O’Connor, 2015).

Resort Residency

Resort Residency (CAPP) awarded to UK artist Selina Thompson. Image: Salt, Selina Thompson (2015). Photo: Richard Davenport.

DIY 13

DIY13 with Stephen Hodge: 'T(r)ipping points: the architect-walker and the destabilised city'. Image: 'Where to build the walls that protect us,' Stephen Hodge (2013-14). Photo: Robert Darch.

Extending Architecture

As part of its policy and commitment to the public’s engagement with architecture, the Arts Council is introducing training for cultural practitioners with an interest in programming, exploring and sharing the cultural and artistic value of architecture with the public. Image: Cinema Usera (2015), Todo Por La Praxis

AIC Scheme

Next Artist in the Community Scheme deadline: March, 2017. Image from WayMarkers, Marilyn Lennon with Knockatallon Ramblers, from a Project Realisation Award, Arts Council Artist in the Community Scheme 2014.

CAPP meeting in Venice

Create and its EU partners marked the end of the first year of the Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme (CAPP) with their fourth partner meeting in Venice.

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